April 17, 2006 at 1:04 AMI make a point not to ever leave home without my metronome, because I never know when I might need it, and also metronomes shouldn’t be confined to the mundane routine of the practice room; it isn’t healthy.
Today, my metronome and I went shopping at Fred Meyer for a new potted flower, in celebration of the Easter holiday. I found a lovely fresh African violet of a bright magenta hue. We also picked up some creamy mascarpone and some savoiardi to make tiramisu, my favorite dessert to pair with basil and cheese ravioli.
I think this entry may have something to do with her last post, which concluded with: "Certainly, I’ve barely tapped the surface to the wealth of entertainment that awaits me in a metronome." Either that, or she's trying to tell us she has really gone beserk. Something along those lines.
From EPT*, this is Carley Anderson reporting.
*Emily's Personal Translator
Oh, you're funny funny when you're morose.
Why am I even asking when I know she did?
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